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(a) If the total amount of money requested by eligible applicants for eligible projects in meritorious applications exceeds the amount appropriated for grants that year, the department will rank applications for the purpose of establishing priority for funding.
(b) In determining the merit of an application, the department will consider
(1) the degree to which the project proposed in the grant application alleviates the impact caused by development in the NPR-A under 42 U.S.C. 6508;
(2) the ability of the applicant to accommodate or absorb the impacts through existing facilities or programs; and
(3) other criteria the department identifies as critical to determination of the merit of the application.
(c) In ranking the applications, the department will consider
(1) the severity of the impact caused by the development in the NPR-A under 42 U.S.C. 6508 on the municipality; and
(2) the degree to which the impact on the municipality is directly caused by development in the NPR-A under 42 U.S.C. 6508.
History: Eff. 7/30/86, Register 99
Authority: AS 44.33.020
Subsec. (c), Â§ 2, ch. 94,
SLA 1984 am. by Â§ 2,
ch. 53, SLA 1986
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